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... I am in the midst of my first relapse while being on Rebif. My lower left leg is numb and my foot feels like its in a freezer! ... (6 replies)
... None seemed to related to the others. I typed in the one that has really been most debillitating. "Heat intolerance." Then, the one that has damaged my body the most, "clumsy", then, the newest concern, "tremors." Fatigue would have been the fourth one to add. ... (11 replies)
... t I'm paying for it now. When all was finally said and done and I tryed to get back to my regular life at home, I started realizing that my feet were getting so cold I could not keep them warm at all!! ... (4 replies)

... LOL, not sure that would fly with the men in blue, lol! It doesn t hurt, it is just annoying as it happens while in bed and trying to relax. (9 replies)
... Hi Whimpurr, It doesnt happen to me but im willling to bet this is from a nerve which is being aggravated probably by a MS lesion. Have you tried anything to stop it, such as heat or cold, or flexing your foot or stretching your leg/ foot? If its "one of those MS things" you may never have an explanation.. I would mention it to your doctor at some point- but I wouldnt... (9 replies)
... freezing. But, after they freeze and you put heat on them, they actually sweat and thats bad. You might just want to double, triple your socks and peel them off one pair at a time until you feel warm enough to wear one pair. Also, cotton. Stick with cotton closest to your skin so it can breathe! ... (6 replies)
MS and cold
Oct 29, 2017
... Hello everyone Last two days I have a cold just runny nose and dry cough I donít think I have a fever may be very low. However I cannot function my right leg (the weak one) is not moving, very hard to stand up and when I succeed I am walking with a cane and dragging the right foot, hardly can make it to bathroom. Most of the day I am lying in bed or on the sofa, I took... (5 replies)
... I'm not sure about my Magnesium or Calcium levels. As far as my diabetes, I am trying very hard to keep my numbers under control. I take just one pill each morning which so far has kept my A1c at a decent level ... though a bit lower would be even better. ... (11 replies)
... And, as for the walk...the way it appears, thats normal. Your favoring one leg, the bad one is weaker, all kinds of things are going to appear weird until you build it back up some...PT will definately help. ... (6 replies)
... Buddy123M, For me, I found that there are symptoms which I no longer perceive if they are slight. Droopy face (loss of sensation in my face which affects facial movements) is something i did not realize until my doctor told me. She always looked at my 'smile' in order to see any outward symptoms. Unless I have a strong attack, I rarely perceive it. I get the tingles... (13 replies)
... Body just feels tired, legs weak, my doc said my walk looked funny to her because it looked like my other leg was the one in pain. When I walked my left knee on the sides would give way and I guess it made me look my other leg was in pain? ... (6 replies)
... Nikki Thank you for the input!! :) I didn't even think about the heating pad bringing on more, it just feeels good on the knee, but yet it doesn't do anything! I start the steroids tomorrow, and I have been on before in December for a bout of Optic Neuritis. Don't know if it the same steroid or not, but I did it for five days in December. It did leave a bad taste in the... (6 replies)
... When walking down a set of stairs in high heels I can't just place my foot flat on the next step below. I have to kick my foot out before placing it where it should be. This slows me down quite a bit so I will avoid walking down any stairs when I can. ... (6 replies)
... y is currently affected. I cannot speak clearly and twist my words all of the time. Sometimes I flip words around and other times I take the first syllable off one word and put it on the next, taking the next words first syllable and put it on the first word. Makes me sound like a nut when speaking. ... (6 replies)
Me and my MS
Jul 24, 2008
... one was really impressed about how fast I recovered from my stroke. Things were fine and I was back to my regular work habits and running nearly every morning. One morning in 2006 I tripped on my treadmill which flung me right into the wall. I just thought I tripped, laughed a little and got back on. ... (9 replies)
Not so great day
Jan 2, 2008
... But by the time I came home I was just totally wiped out. I stopped to pick up pizza for supper and it was just so cold and blustery. Temp was 8 with windchill well below 0. I just ached all over. ... (6 replies)
... however, I have recently been subjected to one symptom that may now force me to face these issues head on. ... (6 replies)
Probable ms?
Jul 31, 2006
... One morning I woke up and I was numb from my torso down. My left leg was numb and highly sensitive to heat and cold. My right leg and foot had extreme pins and needles and I could barely move my leg and foot to walk. It felt like I had a brick tied to my foot which made it very difficult to walk. ... (4 replies)
... to every syllable I speak! Comes and goes, for several years now. The only way to describe it, is to tell someone to put their palm over their ear, then tap with one finger on the back of that hand...THAT'S what I hear in my ear!!! ... (11 replies)
... it was more annoying and bothersome. I noticed that sensations didn't feel right and that things that were cold actually felt hot when they touched that leg or foot. ... (5 replies)




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